EMS on AIR

E:32 An update about COVID Vaccines and more – July 28, 2020

July 30, 2020 EMS on AIR Season 1 Episode 32
EMS on AIR
E:32 An update about COVID Vaccines and more – July 28, 2020
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EMS on AIR
E:32 An update about COVID Vaccines and more – July 28, 2020
Jul 30, 2020 Season 1 Episode 32
EMS on AIR

In this episode, Dr. McGraw leads off the discussion with an update regarding the status of COVID-19 pandemic, as of July 28, 2020.  Then, we discuss current vaccinations undergoing evaluation throughout the world.  Including two that are showing signs of hope.  We also talk about what it’s going to take to create distribute, administer and track hundreds of millions of doses in this country alone.  In addition, Dr. McGraw gives us something to consider regarding future patients that may be apprehensive to take a vaccination, as he reminds us to always approach the subject in an objective and scientific manner.  Finally, we talk about what EMS and hospitals can expect over the next few months as we approach the national school start season

Visit www.OCMCA.org/coronavirus for more details.
Contact us, or send your questions, comments or ideas to QI@OCMCA.org.  

Show Notes

In this episode, Dr. McGraw leads off the discussion with an update regarding the status of COVID-19 pandemic, as of July 28, 2020.  Then, we discuss current vaccinations undergoing evaluation throughout the world.  Including two that are showing signs of hope.  We also talk about what it’s going to take to create distribute, administer and track hundreds of millions of doses in this country alone.  In addition, Dr. McGraw gives us something to consider regarding future patients that may be apprehensive to take a vaccination, as he reminds us to always approach the subject in an objective and scientific manner.  Finally, we talk about what EMS and hospitals can expect over the next few months as we approach the national school start season

Visit www.OCMCA.org/coronavirus for more details.
Contact us, or send your questions, comments or ideas to QI@OCMCA.org.